An article about the times in life when running has to take a back seat.
An article about the long, and still progressing, ultrarunning career of Kilian Jornet.
Advice for how to manage bad weather in the upcoming UTMB or other races.
An article recalling Gunhild Swanson’s historic finish at the 2015 Western States 100.
An article about ultrarunning legend John Geesler, who recently completed his 28th Vermont 100 Mile.
An article remembering Kyle Skaggs’s iconic win at the 2018 Hardrock 100, as part of a series on unforgettable moments in ultrarunning.
Stories from one group of runners in the 2022 Western States 100.
AJW explains what makes the Western States 100 such a special event.
A dedication to American ultrarunner Mark Godale, who recently passed away. RIP.
An article about the 2010 Western States 100 and the film about it called “Unbreakable.”
AJW’s predictions for the 2022 Western States 100 and details of some interesting runners to look out for.
AJW writes about the long recovery process from a pelvic stress fracture.
In addition to physically training for the heat, you can also prepare for the mental challenges of running in it.
AJW dives deep into the Western States 100’s new mission statement.
Here’s a place in trail running and ultrarunning where community and commercialization do coexist.
How the Tarahumara and Ann Trason changed the sport of ultrarunning at the 1994 Leadville 100 Mile.
AJW writes about crewing at the Greenbrier Ultras 100 Mile in Maryland.
Here’s a recipe for putting together a successful crew at your next big ultramarathon.
The first person to finish the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning was Tom Green in 1986, an unforgettable moment in ultrarunning history.
Earlier this week, a number of governing bodies and private companies in the running world suspended Russian and Belarusian athletes in response to Russia’s actions in Ukraine.
Nils van der Poel is an Olympic speedskating gold medalist from Sweden who found ultrarunning as an outlet and training method during some much needed time off.
Retirement from competitive racing doesn’t mean you have to retire from the ultrarunning community overall!
AJW has a new series for 2022, where he’ll write about unforgettable moments in ultrarunning history!
AJW reflects on last year, gaining new perspective while moving into the next.